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Arts in Action

Five short films exploring identity, activism, and the creative process.
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Five short films exploring identity, activism, and the creative process make up this collection designed for use in high schools and LGBT centers, complete with curriculum and action guide PDFs on the DVD.

Krudas Opie Boero Imwinkelried 2006 29 min. Cuba Spanish w/English subtitles
Explores the lives of Cuban lesbian hip hop artists whose work addresses social issues including their African roots, lesbian rights, female solidarity, and racism.

definition: Aya de Leon Jennifer Ongiri 2007 27 min. USA
Whether dissecting images of women in hip hop or exposing the constructs of gender and beauty, poet Aya de Leon makes you laugh, makes you think, and makes you listen.

Junk Box WarriorPreeti AK Mistry 2002 5 min. USA
An enchanting blend of spoken word and black-and-white images, this visual poem explores the alienation, frustration and fear of not fitting into society's gender binary.

El AbueloDino Dinco 2008 4 min. USA
Preconceived notions of gender and sexual orientation are challenged as we experience poet Joe Jimenez methodically ironing his clothes while speaking of his love for his "first vato" (homeboy).

Byron Chief-Moon: Grey Horse RiderMarlene Millar & Philip Szporer 2007 48 min. Canada
Father, TV actor, dance artist, and proud member of the First Nations two-spirited gay community, Byron Chief-Moon’s fascinating art and life continuously cross boundaries.

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